In a standard 10 frame game, you get two throws per frame for frames 1 to 9. In the tenth frame, you get two throws plus a bonus throw for a total of three.
The minimum number of throws would be 12, this would be in a perfect game (a 300 game).
The maximum number of throws would be 21.
Law 24-6 indicates that a ball musn't bounce more than twice, so it can bounce at most 2 times.
as many times as he wants! But legally, it can bounce up to TWO times before it is a no-ball
It depends what height you drop the ball and what surface the ball is being dropped on.
It is the isle you roll your ball down when bowling
No. Speed and force cause a bowling ball to roll down a lane. Friction may cause a bowling ball to change course on a lane though, and also slow it down.
In Bowling, it's a ball that is pitched so that it travels down the gutter instead of down the lane.
No it will make you're ball go farther down the lane before it breaks towards the pins.
About an hour? It actually depends on how long it takes one person to roll the bowling ball down the lane.
A bowling ball rolling down a bowlimg lane -apex
when a bowling ball(reactive ball) goes down the lane, generally the first 38-41 ft are covered with oil. The other 15 ft, the backend or dry is what the ball "hooks" or Reacts off of. the coverstock of the ball expounds the oil on the ball and the fricition between the ball and lane cause the ball to "hook"
From the information provided it is impossible to answer the question. You require the velocity or speed of the ball and that is not measured in milliseconds - which a measure of time!
Driving a car down the street is a source of friction. Rolling a bowling ball down the lane is also an example of friction.
me 2.5-5 sec depending on how good a ball i throw but the pros can get it down to like 1.5-2 sec
Bowling is a sport in which you roll a heavy ball down a lane to try and knock down 10 pins set up in a triangular shape. Skittles are a candy.